Bill Clinton Tells America Why He Chose Hillary Clinton – And Why America Should Too

He has spoken at every Democratic National Convention since 1980, including that 1988 ultramarathon that drew some boos but made sure voters would remember him when the next election rolled around. (Spoiler alert: They did.) But this time was different for Bill Clinton: He was making a case to Americans about why they should elect his wife as the next President of the United States.
POTUS 42’s 42-minute speech tonight at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia was funny…


Bill Clinton Says Hillary Is ‘The Real One’ In Personal DNC Speech

PHILADELPHIA — Former President Bill Clinton, speaking to the Democratic National Convention just hours after his wife officially became the party’s nominee, saying that she was “the best darn change-maker I have met in my entire life.” “This woman has never been satisfied with the status quo in anything. She always wanted to move the… Read more »

Watch Radiohead Play “Let Down” For The First Time In 10 Years

RadioheadRadiohead played the first of a two-night run of shows at NYC’s Madison Square Garden tonight, and they took the opportunity to perform OK Computer’s “Let Down” live for the first time since 2006. I hope Ed Norton enjoyed it! Watch some fan-shot footage of the performance below. More »

Stars Appear in ‘Pitch Perfect’-Inspired Video in Support of Hillary Clinton

PHILADELPHIA — Democrats don’t appear to be too worried about going “too Hollywood,” what with the prospect of facing a reality TV star in November’s election. That was apparent with the debut of a new video, “Fight Song,” featuring stars such as Aisha Tyler, Alan Cumming, America Ferrera, Elizabeth Banks, Eva Longoria, Idina Menzel, Jane Fonda,… Read more »

Hollywood Greets Bill Clinton’s DNC Speech With Instant Reaction

REFRESH FOR UPDATES Hollywood wasted no time reacting to Bill Clinton’s much-anticipated speech tonight at the Democratic National Convention, nor did D.C. pundits. Comedian Patton Oswalt might have beaten everyone to the punch, but he wasn’t alone for long. Here’s some social media reactions – Deadline will update as more arrive.

“You nominated the real one.” @billclinton telling us the difference between #DemsInPhilly and Republican candidate.
— shonda rhimes…


Madeleine Albright: Donald Trump Already Damaged National Security By Running For President

Madeleine Albright, this country’s first female Secretary of State, told DNC delegates and TV viewers today that, both she and Clinton know, from their shared experience in that office,  “know that safeguarding freedom and security is not like hosting a TV reality show. It is a complex, round-the-clock job that demands not only a steady hand and a cool head but also a big heart.”
“Many have argued that Donald Trump would harm our national security if he were elected…


‘NCIS: New Orleans’: Zoe McLellan Won’t Be Back For Season 3

Zoe McLellan, who played Special Agent Meredith “Merri” Brody on NCIS: New Orleans, will not be returning for Season 3, Deadline has confirmed.
It was a creative decision, according to TVLine which broke the story. Her relationship with a Homeland Security agent compromised her position as a special agent. McLellan’s character’s exit clears for way for a new FBI special agent, (previously announced new series regular Vanessa Ferlito) to look into concerns about Agent…


Bernie Sanders Brought To Tears By Brother’s Vote At DNC Day 2

One of the night’s most dramatic moments at DNC Day 2 came when Larry Sanders, a delegate for Democrats Abroad, cast a vote for his younger brother, Sen. Bernie Sanders, during the roll-call vote that clinched the nomination for Hillary Clinton.
Larry Sanders told the hall before before casting his vote, “I want to read, before this convention, the names of our parents: Eli Sanders and Dorothy Glassberg Sanders. They did not have easy lives and they died young. They would…